Roundtable: Bush Focused On Legacy

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This week, President Bush will sign a $30 billion initiative to fight AIDS in Africa. And he's done an about-face on negotiations with Iran and North Korea. Is he working to reshape his legacy?

Plus, Barack Obama takes a world tour, while John McCain hunkers down in key swing states.

NPR's Tony Cox moderates today's roundtable with Ron Scott of the Detroit News, Nashieqa Washington of Your Black Friend, and Chris Rabb of Afro-Netizen.



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